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Egyptian lavender

lavandula multifida


It is a lavender that is easily recognizable by its leaves deeply divided into fragments, , the nap patent that covers almost the plant making it gray-tomentose and its cylindrical or conical spikes on stems rising. The flowers have a beautiful indigo blue color with veins and a darker throat


Shows strong preference for low sand and rocks near the sea. Native to the southern regions of the Mediterranean, including Iberia, Sicily and the Canary Islands

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Calpe/Calp, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain

Spotted on Feb 10, 2012
Submitted on Feb 10, 2012

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